Today, the award winning Las Vegas based manufacturing company, Eagle Promotions, generously donated 20,000 disposable masks and 1500 KN95, FDA approved non-medical masks for southern Nevada.
In partnership with the Las Vegas Fashion Council, Mask Task Force and its volunteers, they will deliver the needed masks to hospitals, first responders, veterans and vulnerable populations in the community.
During normal business operations, Eagle Promotions manufacturers iconic brands around the globe, and relies on the company’s comprehensive offerings to create custom retail apparel, branded merchandise solutions, and more.
“Our team at Eagle Promotions is pleased to assist with the need and provide protective masks for our healthcare workers, first responders and non-profit organizations,” said Eagle Promotions CO, Sean Ono and President, Mario Stadtlander. “We are proud to collaborate with the Mask Task Force, powered by the Las Vegas Fashion Council, to help our community fight against the pandemic.
The Mask Task Force powered by Las Vegas Fashion Council, and founder Carrie Carter Cooper, was assembled due to the dire news of the mask shortage, amongst other items, to fight the COVID-19 crisis and support our front line medical and health workers, senior centers, food banks, CCSD food distribution volunteers and more. The Mask Task Force has donated more than 5,000 masks to the Las Vegas community due to generous support of volunteers and sponsors similar to Eagle Promotions.
To learn more information for the #masktaskforce, please visit the website at http://www.lasvegasfashioncouncil.com/mask-task-force.